Aimee Apostol-Escasa is a director, writer, and editor. She is a native of Iloilo and graduated from Assumption College with a degree in Mass Communications (Media Production).
In 1994 she joined various workshops by the Mowelfund Film Institute. One film workshop and another one for animation produced “Dive”, a short animation as a tribute to her favorite Olympic divers.
In 2012 she wrote and directed her first full-length film “Asin” (a closing film of the Cinekasimanwa: The Western Visayas Film Festival 2014) which was shot in her hometown. She was also nominated as “Best Editor” in 2013 by the Young Critics Choice for the documentary film “Jingle Lang ang Pahina” which was directed by her husband, Chuck Escasa.